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Thread: Silver Bullion For Precious Metals IRA - What Would YOU Buy?

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    Silver Bullion For Precious Metals IRA - What Would YOU Buy?

    I know that only certain precious metals qualify for a Gold IRA...

    I know to stay away from numismatics, "limited edition" or other over priced "rare" coins.

    What silver coins would YOU add from this list?

    https://www.regalassets.com/silver-coins



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    A lot of the coins in your ad are not eligible to have in a metals IRA. They are limited to bullion coins and bars. Also note that you cannot hold your own metal IRA- it must be in the hands of some custodian.
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    Skip the IRA. Liquidate all paper instruments and buy physical and have in your possession.

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    Lately I have been giving some thought to closing my IRA.......it is a tough call because of the government theft involved if I do it prematurely. But if I leave it in, at some point they are probably going to rob me anyway as a way to deal with their irresponsible handling of the money they have already stolen.

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    Coming from someone who eats and breaths PMs I would suggest American Silver Eagles for your Silver and Gold Buffalos for your gold. If you cant afford the whole gold OZs then I would suggest fractional AGEs.

    Though I would agree that if someone is not matching your contributions you might as well just buy the physical.
    It's just an opinion... man...

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    I suppose it would make sense to sell the imaginary Gold and Silver and buy the real stuff for yourself...

    like until it folds and they track you down.

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    Silver Eagles and Silver bars that are IRA eligible

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctiger2 View Post
    Skip the IRA. Liquidate all paper instruments and buy physical and have in your possession.
    I would do this as well . More so if you have no physical and before that I would have land , water , trees , food weapons ,ammo then physical . Then , if you want some paper , go ahead , I reckon .



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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    A lot of the coins in your ad are not eligible to have in a metals IRA. They are limited to bullion coins and bars. Also note that you cannot hold your own metal IRA- it must be in the hands of some custodian.
    Which I view as a problem .

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    It is a pretty crappy list . When metals are low ( silver is , gold is not ) , numistics are something to be considered . Not crap , like high grade silver eagles , but more along the lines of Barber halves in Good , Morgan dollars in VF ( not 1921 ), early date Walking Liberty halves in Good ( before 1934 ). Peace dollars ( not , 1922 or 1923 ) in Extra Fine or About Uncirculated , early date Mercury dimes ( 1921 and before ) , Barber & sitting Liberty dimes in G or Very good , Sitting Liberty halves , Good , Pre , oh 1913 ish gold in $5 or less . Etc



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